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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Triad Group Plc LSE:TRD London Ordinary Share GB0009035741 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 39.50 38.00 41.00 39.50 39.50 39.50 42,752 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 19.4 -0.6 -4.8 - 6

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25/8/2017
08:54
There must be an administrators Report some where that would show who the claimants to the funds are. At least getting a copy of that would be a starting point. I was refused one.
pj 1
25/8/2017
08:52
She's bankrupt. The shares are in Limbo until either a preferred debtor takes them on, or they are sold to distribute. Atkinson has the problem that any ''dividend'' has to be maximised for the benefit of those most entitled to the funds. I had hoped any financial institution may have taken them, but I suspect after this time frame it's not that easy. IMO TRD should update on the situation as its creating a false market
pj 1
25/8/2017
08:39
The way I read it is PWC won the legal case They took the shares from Mira Makar and still hold around 17% Paul Atkinson is the trustee appointed and works for PWC What is not clear is how many TRD shares PWC wants/needs to sell re the legal ruling from the court case Presumably X number of TRD shares sold = the sum Y pounds sterling awarded to PWC What will happen when X=Y , regarding any TRD shares left I don't know Perhaps they go back to Mira Makar hTTp://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/pwc-quits-as-auditor-to-troubled-triad-6098371.html hTTp://www.fortfield.com/casefiles/Mr%20Shannon.MP.email%20trail.Baroness.Hogg.13-1.April-2011.pdf
buywell3
25/8/2017
07:06
buywell3: but each sell must have a buyer. Its quite possible if Triad have another reasonably good set of results, some investors might want to be long term holders of significant amounts of stock.
netcurtains
25/8/2017
06:46
sailing john Not a bad idea but 17% of 15.49M = 2,633,300 And that does not work Also if Paul Atkinson the Trustee had gone below 17% he should have put out an RNS should he not Fittster23 Aug '17 - 17:03 - 448 of 469 1 0 A google throws up: "Currently FCA rules mean that anyone holding 3% or more of the total issued shares in a company must disclose that position within two trading days of crossing that threshold, providing the company is incorporated in the UK, and that will come via a TR1 notification in RNS form. Subsequently for each 1% threshold crossed (up or down – although no further disclosure is required once a holding drops below 3%) a further TR1 notification is required." If that's correct it suggests Paul Atkinson still has a lot of shares to dispose of. So good news from the company, shares rises, he sells as many as he can and down goes the price. The problem with Triad is currently there's limited upside because of the forced selling but you still have the inherent risks that comes with investing in any company Some good work done here congrats After doing some more homework I think Paul Atkinson has in fact gone below 17% and sailing john is in fact correct I hope the following 3 posters look at where I am posting +ve comments , and join in either with +ves or -ves .... more brains = better outcomes Impvesta sailing john Fittster23
buywell3
24/8/2017
23:15
Re voting against Perhaps Atkinson split his vote 50% against and 50% in favour - ie voting full holding but not affecting outcome (except in John Rigg vote?) Might be in the rules or etiquette of being a Trustee in Bankruptcy?
sailing john
24/8/2017
18:01
where is that trading update?
ntv
24/8/2017
18:00
liquidator waiting for direction. this would get murdered if there was a profits warning because i am guessing liquidator would then be forced to ditch his stock at whatever the price. interesting times imho
ntv
24/8/2017
17:58
lots of ifs and buts in comments. if the company had issued a trading update then things might clearer for all parties involved. it didn't because it didn't have to and companies should be made to. most companies know what is going on with finances all the the time so no excuses like "it is only a couple of months since we last issued one" the people in the know, know whats going and so should we mere mortals
ntv
24/8/2017
17:18
Did anyone attend the AGM?
pj 1
24/8/2017
16:48
The way I saw the dividend announcement was as a sop to the Receiver who now holds 17% of TRD stock ie don't sell ... hold and get more by way of dividend , at least for the time being Perhaps if things go better next year and profits rise , TRD can start buying back on some sort of an agreed basis arranged with the Receiver , Paul Atkinson , so that they achieve a better price over say the next 2 years than if they tried to off-load 17% of stock in a few weeks Which might hurt the share price a bit Paul Atkinson started with 21% of TRD shares 7 April 2017 Shares have vested in Paul Atkinson as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Mira Makar by virtue of s306 of the Insolvency Act 1986 Now he is down to 17.3% But the share price has suffered Looks like Paul Atkinson works for PWC , who won a case V Mira Makar hTTp://www.maitlandchambers.com/information/recent-cases/mira-makar-v-pricewaterhousecoopers-llp-2011 Will common sense prevail and PWC do some sort of agreed wind down of their holding via Paul Atkinson ( trustee)? Who I presume is this gentlemen hTTps://www.pwc.co.uk/contacts/p/paul-atkinson.html If so one would assume that such an announcement would benefit both parties ie the share price would recover and TRD could start to carry out an agreed buy back.
buywell3
24/8/2017
16:05
buywell3: its all very weird - could be at the bottom of it all someone just ticked the wrong box - or someone is saying to chairman "take it private"....
netcurtains
24/8/2017
16:02
Well done Impvesta There are 15.49M shares in issue Here are the major shareholders Major Shareholders Name Type Amount Holding % Dr. John Rigg - 4,509,400 29.11 Paul Atkinson - - 17.39 Thomas William George Charlton - 6.04 Director Holdings Name Type Amount Holding % Mr. Alistair Fulton - 354,100 2.29 Mr. Steven Sanderson - 104,089 0.672 Chris Duckworth - 13,379 0.086 So it looks like Thomas William George Charlton , who holds 935596 shares (6.04%) has either added or A N Other has voted with him with a holding of 322,003 shares The only other holder with around that number is Mr Alistair Fulton who showed 354,100 shares hTTps://www.youinvest.co.uk/market-research/LSE:TRD?tab=6 Interesting isn't it
buywell3
24/8/2017
11:14
Impvesta: I agree - but then again 8% is sort of saying something.... Cant help thinking its the receiver... Cant think who else would want to vote against everything apart from who is to be chairman!
netcurtains
24/8/2017
10:28
Yep you're right Impvesta, second error i have made this morning. Interesting.
spooky
24/8/2017
10:26
Except that the company should be notified when a shareholding moves through each percentage point and should RNS the change in shareholding.
impvesta
24/8/2017
10:22
OK looked at it again. Call me mad but it is possible this is a clue - perhaps this is a CLUE... They now only have 8% LEFT... That makes sense. Perhaps ..... The receiver has less then we think.....
netcurtains
24/8/2017
10:22
Some of the comments here are really scary.
trier1
24/8/2017
10:17
you can just imagine the gossip in the triad office. Who was it? Why did they do it... Lol. It is a bit amusing if you think about it.
netcurtains
24/8/2017
10:07
16.19% of those WHO VOTED voted against but that only represents 8.1% of the total issued share capital. The figures show 1,257,999 shares voted against but Atkinson appears to own 2,693,453 shares so the vote against doesn't tally with his holding.
impvesta
24/8/2017
10:02
16% voted against, i think you will find that's Atkinson in his role as liquidator.
spooky
24/8/2017
09:58
Given the size of the vote against and the amount of shares Paul Atkinson holds it is clear that he did NOT vote against the accounts. As to who did or why, who knows, it doesn't seem important.
trier1
23/8/2017
16:37
"The problem with Triad is currently there's limited upside because of the forced selling but you still have the inherent risks that comes with investing in any company." From a newbie investor's point of view it is helpful that the company appears to be on a very low rating. I quite understand that isn't so good for anyone who has been holding for some time. On the other hand the share price has outperformed the market substantially in the last year, which is why I picked it up on my filter, one part of which was shares that have outperformed the market by more than 50% in the past year. In fact looking at the share price graph it's a ten bagger since June 2013 and has nearly trebled since February 2016. I will settle for a repeat of that over the next 4 years/year and a half respectively!! Going back to the voting against the resolutions the majority of resolutions show a vote against of 1,257,999. Shares in issue appears to be 15,491,979 so the vote against represents only approximately 8.1% of the issued share capital. So maybe the protest vote is nothing to do with the divorce thingie/receiver.
impvesta
23/8/2017
16:33
I wonder why Paul Atkinson voted against the accounts and against the dividend.
mctmct
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